Hey, I'll tell you what. You can get a good look at a butcher's ass by sticking your head up there. But, wouldn't you rather to take his word for it?
both are overanalytical fags. and theyre on fiyaaa, smokin.
I feel like Kwing had won this one by a lot, mainly because his voice was projected more clearly. His strong points were his focus, his pang punches, his multisyllabics, and his ability to flip insults. He did a great job to keep a solid stance keep an aggressive attitude aligned with witty flings throughout the entire length of the battle.
Mickey's voice was more difficult to understand at times, especially during the 2nd round, but his creativity was impressive and I think thats one of his most powerful elements, apart from that the flow and style he expresses is what stood out to me. This was apparent in the intro, though as the battle progressed, his creativity seemed to shift from an impulsive blast of well rounded rap, that began to fizzle out into battle oriented flips that related moreso to defense mechanisms instead of offending the other head.
basically Mickey had more fun with this one, while Kwing on the otherhand took this battle more seriously. but im sure Kwing had lots of fun too, he was only a bit more serious about it and approached this opportunity as an actual stepping stone to express his skills.
wonderful work! both heads did a great job, and it was entertaining to hear/review this one.
Both artist are winners in my book great battle yall
Winner:(s) mao and kwing
This is sick! Great mix into this beat!! Bars and cadence of both on point!! Hdc history starting to be explained in here haha
glad to see this is. I almost didn't click it, this was good stuff!
Whatever happened to BigRed btw? and all the old MC battle cats?
idk who won though...
BigRed jerked Teqneek from the championship prize in ClabTrap 2013 and then ghosted. No one's heard from him since.
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